One-Green-Star Light

The only difference between the one-red-star light and the one-green-star light is in the composition and in the form of the tin identification cap. The composition for the one-green-star light consists of-

Percent.

Barium chlorate...............

90

Powdered orange shellac................

10

The tin identification cap has a smooth convex contour with one small projection expanded on its surface.

Three-Green-Star Light

This is similar to the three-red-star light, with the exception that the composition is -

Percent

Barium chlorate......................

90

Ground orange shellac ....................

10

The identification cap has a convex container with three small projections expanded on its surface.

Six-Green-Star Light

This is similar to the six-red-star light, with the exception that the composition consists of -

Percent

Barium chlorate....................

___ 90

Powdered orange shellac..................

10

The tin identification cap resembles that of the three-star green and has six projections.

Gandlepower

The candlepower of the one-green-star light should be 350 to 400; the three-green-star light should be 225 to 300, and the six-green-star light should be 150 to 200.

Burning Time

The burning time of the one-green-star light should be 10 seconds; of the three-green-star light, 5 to 6 seconds; of the six-green-star light, 5 to 6 seconds.

Star Rifle Light Flow Sheet

  Star rifle light flow sheet.

Plate 10. - Star-rifle-light flow sheet.

Star Rifle Light Material Chart

  Star rifle light material chart.

Plate 11. - Star-rifle-light material chart.